The 2017 documentary Casting Jonbenet takes a new approach to conventional crime documentary: Less about fact and more about react.
*This article will contain spoilers from episode 8 of 13 Reasons Why
At the beginning of every month I sit down, take out my diary and plan my blog posts for the month. Any piece of inspiration that I’ve gathered gets organised. But sometimes, in between the lines, little thoughts pop up that can’t be ignored. As a writer I feel the need to document and as a blogger it’s nice to share myself personally. Therefore, sometimes I find myself throwing out the schedule and writing freelance – as I am now.
Today my brother and I went to Wagamama’s – a belated birthday present for him from me because we both love it.
If I am really honest, I can admit that in the time between Christmas and New Year, I’m really looking forward to a good TV binge! Why is it that TV is just so much better at Christmas time?
The following review was written live as I watched the Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life for the first time:
FRIDAY MEANS GILMORE GIRLS DAY. I have been so excited for the Year in the Life episodes (uploaded to Netflix today). In all honesty, I only discovered this show a few months ago and I can’t believe what I’ve been missing out on! To think I only took a peek to see what the fuss was about… well worth it indeed.
How do you get away with murder? Well, it takes five law students, one computer geek, two secretive assistants, some pesky clients and one badass defence attorney.
Bates Motel is an American television series falling under the horror genre. Revealing Norman Bates’ decline in sanity, the series focuses on his teenage years prior to his life depicted in Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho.
I am writing this blog post, mostly to explain the content which may start to appear and contradict some expectations. For a while, I had the view that a story is told through books and felt very guilty for not reading more of them. When I was younger I was a very quick reader and was happy to read lots of different titles and genres. Now, if I do pick up a book, it is usually something much loved that I have read many times before. I also tend to lean towards more of the horror / dark and twisted genre, my all-time favourites being Stephen King and Jeffery Deaver. More recently I have decided I do not at all feel guilty for not reading more books, because I am most definitely still experiencing story-telling.